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Fredonia Police Department

FREDONIA — An incident late Monday on Howard Street has led to charges against a Fredonia man.

Fredonia police report that around 11:22 p.m., Philip Whitfield, 28, of 100 Howard St., allegedly confronted two males walking on the same village street. After some demands, a struggle ensued and one of the victims was able to call 911. Police arrived and an investigation led to charges of fourth-degree grand larceny, second-degree robbery and second-degree menacing.

Whitfield was arraigned and sent to Chautauqua County Jail. Fredonia Police were also assisted by the Dunkirk Police Department in the incident.

NYS Police Department

¯ RANDOLPH — Nancy Stuart, 63, of Randolph, was charged with driving while intoxicated on Monday. Stuart was pulled over for committing a traffic violation on Hardscrabble Road in Randolph and was charged after allegedly failing several field sobriety tests. Stuart was taken to the State Police at Jamestown barracks, where she reportedly provided a breath sample of .15 percent. Stuart will be in Cold Spring Town Court later.

¯ KENNEDY — Gregory Huddleson, 23, of Jamestown, was charged with driving while intoxicated on Sunday. According to a police report, troopers attempted to approach a vehicle parked on the wrong side of Route 62 in Kennedy, at which point the vehicle reportedly pulled away and accelerated to 67 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone. Troopers pulled the vehicle over, and Huddleson, the driver, reportedly failed several field sobriety tests. He was taken to the State Police at Jamestown barracks, where he allegedly a breath sample of .13 percent. Huddleson will be in Poland Town Court later.

¯ RANDOLPH — Blaydon Niles, 29, of Falconer, was charged Saturday with petit larceny. Troopers responded to a reported shoplifting complaint at the 7-11 in Randolph. Niles allegedly left the store after not paying for an item and fled the scene before troopers arrived. Attempts to find Niles were unsuccessful until troopers responded to a report of a suspicious person of which Niles was the subject. Niles was placed charged and will be in Randolph Town Court later.

¯ FALCONER — Vincent Allocca, 44, of Randolph, was charged with driving while intoxicated on April 28. Allocca was pulled over on Interstate 86 in Falconer for allegedly making a U-turn in violation of the “No U-turn” sign. Allocca allegedly failed several field sobriety tests and was then taken to the State Police at Jamestown barracks, where he allegedly provided a breath sample of .10 percent. Allocca will be in Ellicott Town Court.

Dunkirk Police Department

¯ Kevin Hunt, 46, of Dunkirk was charged April 23 with second-degree menacing and second-degree criminal obstruction of breathing.

¯ Anthony Irizarry, 28, of Dunkirk, was charged April 23 with fourth-degree criminal mischief and was charged April 24 with first-degree criminal contempt and second-degree harassment.

¯ Cassandra Johnson, 27, of Dunkirk, was charged April 23 with second-degree harassment.

¯ Joshua Powell, 35, was charged April 25 with second-degree drug paraphernalia and criminal possesion of a hypodermic instrument.

¯ Reynoldo Miranda, Jr., 41, of Dunkirk, was charged April 26 with third-degree criminal mischief, fourth-degree criminal mischief, second-degree strangulation, third-degree assault, unlawful imprisonment, second-degree harassment and petit larceny.

¯ Messiak Gonzalez, 33, of Dunkirk, was charged April 26 with petit larceny.

¯ Sheyla Colon-Gonzalez, 24, of Dunkirk, was charged April 28 with third-degree endangering the welfare of a child.

¯ Dakota Wentz-Murphy Jr., 22, of Dunkirk, was charged April 28 with disorderly conduct.

¯ Alexander Santiago, 45, of Dunkirk, was charged Friday with petit larceny.

¯ Donald Ervolina, 32, of Dunkirk, was charged Friday with petit larceny.

¯ Alicia Christopher, 33, of Dunkirk, was charged Saturday with second-degree harassment and disorderly conduct.

Westfield Police Department

¯ WESTFIELD — Carl Moore, 39, of 14 Jefferson St., Westfield, was charged with second-degree harassment at 10:15 a.m. April 29 after allegedly threatening another person with bodily harm on April 26. He will be in court later.

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